Australia beat England by 64 runs: World Cup 2019 Highlights

By | June 25, 2019

Australia beat England by 64 runs in World Cup 2019

Australia became the first team to reach the semi-finals by defeating England by 64 runs

Australia beat England

In the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England won the toss and invited the Australia Cricket team to bat first. Australia scored 285 runs in 50 overs with the help of Aaron Finch (100) to give England the target of 286 runs to win. In response, England’s entire innings collapsed on 221 runs and lost by 64 runs. From England, Ben Stokes alone was struggling. He scored 89 runs. With this win, Australia went 12 points in seven games and the number reached number one in the table. But the biggest thing is that with this victory, he became the first team to qualify in the semi-finals.

Stokes alone showed up

The start of England was extremely haphazard Earlier, James Vince was out in the over and Joe Root was going in the fourth over. After this, Captain Eoin Morgan also walked in the sixth over. By that time, there were only 26 runs in England’s account. After this, Ben Stokes, who came to bat, had started working with Johnny Bairstow to try to handle the innings, that the Bairstow would also go on the personal score of 27 runs. After that, he had taken the innings with Jos Buttler a little while, but Butler also left him with a personal score of 26 runs. In spite of being bold on Michel Stark’s brilliant inswinging yorker, he alone kept England in the match, but after his dismissal on 89, the entire Australian innings was reduced to 221 runs. Stokes hit eight boundaries and two sixes in 115 balls. In the last, Adil Rashid played brilliant innings of 25 runs with the help of three fours and a six, but by then the match was completely out of the hands of England.
Jason Behrndorf and Mitchell Starc have bowled superbly from Australia. Together they both put together the entire innings of England. Behrendorff took five wickets for 44 runs in 10 overs, while Mitchell Starc took 4/43 in 8.4 overs. In addition to these two, one wicket got Marcus Stoney’s.

Australia Batting

Aaron Finch (100) and David Warner (53) shared a century partnership of 123 runs for the first wicket in Australia. Moin Ali broke the partnership by dismissing Warner for the fourth ball of the 23rd over. Warner faced 61 balls and hit six fours. After this, Finch and Usman Khawaja also added 50 runs for the second wicket. Although Khawaja was out on 23, his score was 173 runs in 32.2 overs. Finch then completed his century and then got out of the pavilion after returning. Finch hit 11 fours and two sixes in 116 balls. After that Australia moved away from the big scores. Finch dropped on the total score of 183. After that Glenn Maxwell returned 12, Marcus Stoinis eight, Steve Smith 38, and 46th over to the pavilion. After that Alex Carrie delivered an unbeaten 38 runs in 27 balls with five fours to help the team reach 285 runs. Chris Woakes scored two for England and Jopra Archer, Mark Wood, Ben Stokes, and Moin Ali took one wicket each.

In the ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 England won the toss and invited the Australia Cricket team to bat first. Australia scored 285 runs in 50 overs with the help of Aaron Finch (100) to give England the target of 286 runs to win. In response, England’s entire innings collapsed on 221 runs and lost by 64 runs. From England, Ben Stokes alone was struggling. He scored 89 runs. With this win, Australia went 12 points in seven games and the number reached number one in the table. But the biggest thing is that with this victory, he became the first team to qualify in the semi-finals.

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